Understand Lung Cancer diagnosis, staging, causes, and treatment with these clear medical videos from Dr. Seheult
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You may have noticed that the medical lectures in this course are also available at our MedCram YouTube channel... but stick around because all new MedCram medical videos will be available first here at MedCram.com (and publicly posted to YouTube later... if at all).
Also, a growing amount of MedCram content (videos, quizzes, medical review notes) is only available here at MedCram.com - and not available on YouTube.
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MedCram allows you to cut down on study time and maximize retention and understanding by focusing in on what is most important. Dr. Seheult's medical Illustrations, charts, memory aids, and quizzes will make learning and reviewing medical topics a breeze. We think (and certainly hope) you'll find Lung Cancer Explained Clearly very informative, easy to follow, and fun.
- Lung Cancer - Definition, Epidemiology, and Pathophysiology free trial
- Lung Cancer - Screening and TMN Staging
- Lung Cancer - Histology: Small Cell and and Non Small Cell (Paraneoplastic Syndromes)
VERONICA MCDONOUGH, NP
BEHZAD AMOOZGAR, MD
STEVE KUIJPERS, RN
Good overview. A separate discussion regarding the "basics" of chemotherapy and radiation treatment would be very welcome.
This course was very educational and helpful for me going from pediatric oncology to adult oncology research
ANN BUTCHER, RN
As the title says, lung cancer explained clearly.
MARCELINE DAO-AS, RN
GLENN PEARCE, MD
STELLA TAGBO (Medical Student)
ERIK KEIM (Medical Student)
very good. was confused about acth tumor causing aldosterone stimulation in paraneoplastic cushings but realized it is due to constant release of acth in contrast to pulse releases of anterior pituitary acth.
SHOBHA IYENGAR, MD
JENNIFER BERRY, NP
Very good overview of lung cancer.
MARY KATE SWINDLE
Very good explanations.
WAGNER VAZ GUIMARAES, MD
Excellent review. Clear, concise, etched in my memory. Was expecting mention on the therapeutic approach.
ENID MELENDEZ, MD
Talking about bronchogenic carcinoma. It’s divided in non small cell , 90% and small cell , 10 %. Small cell is very aggressive and has 2 stages. Limited and extensive. Non small is stage w T N M. T tumor size N node spread and M metastasis. This guide the treatment.
PATTI LAVIGNE, NP
LANE ERTUGAY, MD
ROBERT STANG, MD
Excellent and concise lecture. Would help for Board review purposes if you had a small quiz between each section.
SCOTT SMITH, NP
LEWIS LITWACK, MD
Concise. Would appreciate more on treatment and management.
ERIC HEINE, MD
KIM LOWMAN, RN
LEE GARDNER, MD
Thank You...I wonder about treatment of lung cancer.
JOSEPH SORRENTO, MD
KURT MULLER, PA-C
MANISH PATEL, MD
JILL CONNOLLY, RN
BARBARA PETERSON, NP
ABASIN AMANZAI, MD
MCQ AMC, MD
GRACE K, MD
XIAOYUAN ZHU MAULDIN, NP
FLORENTINA VULCAN (NP Student)
ROSS LAUGER, NP
AARON FRIED (Medical Student)
NEHAR RAJAPURKAR (Medical Student)
RICHARD BENIAN, Dentist
GERRY PRIETO (Medical Student)
G S (NP Student)
SUE LE SUEUR
- Quadruple Board Certified in Internal Medicine, Pulmonary Medicine, Critical Care, and Sleep Medicine.
- Over 20 years teaching experience as both an exam preparation instructor and an assistant professor of medicine.
- Experience as a medical director for both a Southern California Physician Assistant Program and a Respiratory Therapy Program.
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